The Nougat S7 update has messed up my calendar notifications. Before the upgrade, a calendar notification would remain in my notifications bar until I dismissed it. Now with the update, the notifications are disappearing at the end of the duration even if I don't dismiss them! What's the fix? Sometimes I can't acknowledge a reminder event and if it disappears it's pointless to set calendar reminders.
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This is only for notifications keeping screen lit. Hopefully there will be a solution for the OP.
I should also mention, when I called verizon they told me no one else has reported this issue which I find hard to believe. My wife's S7 has the same issue as well.
Below is the response from Samsung which still did nothing to fix the issue (shocking I know, even though they said they were positive it would fix the issue). Someone needs to fix the Nougat code. Calendar reminders are essentially useless right now if they are going to disappear before I can even get a chance to acknowledge them.
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It must be disappointing for you as the Calendar notifications are being dismissed automatically from the notification panel after the end time post update.
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Please perform the below steps and check if the issue gets resolved.
1. Press and hold the power button and the volume down button simultaneously for approximately 7 seconds till the phone reboots. This will refresh the internal circuit of the phone.
2. Try resetting the Calendar app from Application Manager. These steps will not erase any data off the phone.
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Thank you for providing all of those details, Illini4life. Adding reminders through the calendar is a great way to stay on top of your schedule, so I can see where a missed alert would make things confusing.
Thank you for taking the steps provided by Samsung. I'm sorry they didn't fix the issue as expected.
I want to make sure I'm fully understanding the issue so we can best lift up your concerns. You're referring to the reminders, such as On Time, 10 minutes before, etc? When exactly are these reminder notifications disappearing?
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When the alert happens 10 min prior it pops in as hidden content. Doesn't
say what the appt is. Says slide for more info. Thats when it disappears.
You have to open up calendar to see what appt is.
On May 13, 2017 8:49 AM, "vzw_customer_support" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sounds more like you need to change your notification permissions to not hide content from the calendar application.
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So how do i do that. Ive tried.
To elaborate, I'm not referring to reminders. I am referring to calendar notifications. The "reminders" are based upon the google platform and I am not having issues with these, they are working just as they should. The "calendar notifications" are another story. Since I have my outlook account synced to my phone, all of my calendar events pull in. When one of those calendar notification events "start", I get the notification like I should. The problem arises when the calendar event duration reaches the "end" (i.e.if it's a 30 minute event that starts at 10am and ends at 1030am), the notification completely disappears. This never happened before the Nougat update and has never happened on any previous android phones I have had when syncing this outlook account.
Does anyone at vzw_customer_support have any additional comments? I have not received an additional response since 5/13. This issue drains my battery like crazy.